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is this sentence a noun clause ?

i am sitting in the beach where the sun is shining.

if not how should i make it a noun clause using (where the sun is shining)

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asked by Sara!
  1. In that sentence "where the sun is shining" is telling where, so it's adverbial.

    Try starting the sentence with that clause -- make it the subject of your sentence.

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  2. where the sun is shining is in NY

    is this right?

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    posted by Sara!
  3. Yes, that works. You could also say any of the following --

    Where the sun is shining is where I want to be.

    I want to be where the sun is shining.

    He doesn't know where the sun is shining.

    (and others)

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